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November 2017

Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 8 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
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$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

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Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 9 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
+ Google Map
$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

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Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 10 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
+ Google Map
$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

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Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 11 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
+ Google Map
$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

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Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
+ Google Map
$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

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Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 16 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
+ Google Map
$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

Find out more »

Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 17 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
+ Google Map
$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

Find out more »

Build a Wee Lassie Canoe with Larry Benjamin. #1058-0510. 10 days.

November 18 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street
Lake Luzerne,NY12846United States
+ Google Map
$900. - $1000.

The original “Wee Lassie” was a lapstrake-built open cedar canoe made in 1863 by J. Henry Rushton, of Canton, NY. Rushton was one of the most famous canoe builders of his era. George Washington Sears, who wrote of his adventures under his pen name of “Nessmuk” as he recorded his paddling adventures throughout the Adirondacks, popularized these small, finely crafted canoes. Come spend 10 wonderful days at AFS building your own Wee Lassie. You will be guided through every step…

Find out more »